Modern Metal Brief | March 2016

ICYMI: POLITICO Highlights Aluminum Association China Trade Work. New Transportation Infographic.

Joint Letter Regarding COP21 | Association Weighs in on Auto LCA

Read the joint letter from the U.S. and Canada sent in advance of COP21. Aluminum Association weighs in on automotive LCA. And more.

Aluminum Association Releases Statement on Dupré Analytics Report

The Aluminum Association is concerned about any allegations of deliberate misclassification of metal to avoid relevant export duties

The Aluminum Association Statement on China’s Elimination of Export Duties Affecting Certain Aluminum Products

ARLINGTON, VA -- On May 1, the Chinese Ministry of Finance eliminated its 15 percent export duties on aluminum rods and bars (alloy and non-alloyed), and certain primary alloy.

The Aluminum Association believes that the elimination of these export duties is inconsistent with China’s policy to discourage exports of energy-intensive products, a key element of the country’s “new normal” that puts emphasis on sustainable, quality growth. The Association also sees this change as having the potential to encourage unfair trade practices in the aluminum industry.

The Aluminum Association Signs MOU with the Aluminium Association of India

HYDERABAD, India, December 8, 2011 (News Release) - The Aluminum Association today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Aluminium Association of India.